Table of contents for The theater of night / by Alberto Ríos.

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Northern Desert Towns in the Turn of the Old Century
The Mermaid Comb
Clemente, in Love, Speaks to Himself in the Mirror
The Pomegranate and the Big Crowd
I Heard Him with My Back
Mesquite Coyotes
Clemente's Red Horse
A Chance Witnessing of the Morning Animal
They Said I Was a Crying Bride
The River Was Their Honeymoon
A Marrow of Water
The Light Brown Map
My Husband Clemente
The Song of His Hands
Aunt Matilde's Story of the Big Day
Santa Teresa in Nogales
What He Does to Me 
Who Had Been Friendly Now Strangers and Hard Work
The Blurred Woman in the Photograph
Noise from the Sea
The Kitchen Talk of Comadres Regarding a Certain Problem
Explaining a Husband
Good Manners
The Donkey Men of Sonora in the 1930s
Her Secret Love, Whispered Late in Her Years
Daily Dog
The Dreams That Cried
People Here Since Before Time
The Chair She Sits In
My Ears Get Bigger from Listening
Later, When She Was Like She Was
Having Forgotten about Eating
A Song of the Old Days
Clemente's Wife
Chance Meeting of Two Men
The Conversation of Old Husbands
The Old Man Clemente Prays, Talking to His Wife Even Still
No Instructions for Men like Him
The Green That Calls a Person to It
What Abides
The White
The Theater of Night
Great-Grandmothers, Neatly Starched
The Cures of Green and Night
Coffee in the Afternoon
Clemente and Ventura Show Themselves, if Just for a Moment, in Their Son
Two and a Half Men 
The Drive-in of the Small Animals

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Mexican-American Border Region -- Poetry.
Mexican Americans -- Poetry.
Older people -- Poetry.
Love poetry, American.